Kathy Kelly

War Crimes in Gaza

 Dean Ahmad

The Politics of Palestine

 Andy Worthington

Obama Good On Detainee Policy So Far

 Gareth Porter

US/Israeli Terrorism in Gaza

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Border Closes, Israel Promises More Gaza Strikes

Border Bombing, Air Strikes Mar Gaza Truce

  Ex Justice Lawyer: UN Should Stop Treating Palestinians Like Refugees
  Witnesses: Israeli Troops Killed Gaza Children Carrying White Flag

Gates: Missile Strikes in Pakistan Will Continue


Five US Drones Looming Over North Waziristan

Aides Say Obama's Afghan Aims Elevate War


Afghans Want Foreign Troops Out of Kabul

  US Pays $40,000 After 15 Afghans Die in Raid

Pentagon Sees Limit on US Troops in Afghanistan


NATO: 3,000 US Troops Deploy Near Afghan Capital

  Gates: Afghanistan Is 'Greatest Military Challenge Right Now'
Violence Flares in Iraq Ahead of Elections
Few Welcome Mats for Guantánamo Detainees

Taliban Say Guantanamo Closure 'Positive Step'

Is Gates Undermining Another Opening to Iran?

Obama Raises Hopes of Mideast Experts

Obama Wants 'Fresh Approach' to Undermining Mugabe

Did Bush's Usurpations Keep
Us Safe?
 by Bruce Fein
Who's for Big Government?
by Jacob G. Hornberger
Civilian Courts Can Deal With Terrorism Cases  by Marie Cocco
Obama's Middle East Deceit
by Noam Chomsky
Obama's Guantánamo Opportunity
by Anthony Gregory
Fueling the Cycle of Hate
by Neve Gordon and Yigal Bronner

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Pentagon Sees Limit on US Troops in Afghanistan

Gates: Cash Cows of War Running Dry

Inauguration Terror Threat Debunked

Arab Rivalries Evident at Economic Summit
US-UAE Nuclear Deal a Hint to Iran

Clinton: Israel Has Right to Strike Gaza

Gaza Donations Double After UK Channels Air Appeal

Man Discovers Secret US Files on MP3 Player

Britain Ordered to Release Iraq War Cabinet Minutes

Iraqi Elections

Iraq's Shi'ite Political Parties Vie for Power in South

Shi'ites' Absence May Affect Iraq Vote

Explosives Are Found at Polling Station in Iraq

In Iraq's North, Ethnic Strife Flares as Vote Draws Closer

For Iraqi Journalists: Free Press vs. Free Land

Today in Iraq

Baghdad Seeks 'Normal' Footing on Unsteady Legs

Iraqi Bishops Meet Pope

Iran Rebels Resist Leaving Iraq, Fear for Future

Attacks Continue

Iraq: Bomb Near Kurdish Office Kills 3 Soldiers

Tuesday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 10 Wounded
The War at Home

Complete Recruiting Stand-Down Ordered

Pentagon No. 2 Could Earn $500K Lobbying Agency

US Official: Intelligence Director Resigns

VA Agrees to Settle for $20m for Data Theft

More Fort Dix Defendants File Appeals


Puerto Rico Also Says 'No' to Guantanamo Prisoners

Gates: Closing Guantanamo Won't Release Terrorists


Two NATO Soldiers, Afghan Civilians Among 12 Killed

Opposition Warns Taliban's Swat Valley Takeover Could Expand

Afghan Prison Poses Problem in Overhaul of Detainee Policy

Afghans See Kabul in a New Light


Clinton Sounds Conciliatory Note on Iran

UK Think Tank: Iran May Soon Have Enough Uranium to Make a Bomb

Gates Says Iran Bigger Worry Than Russia in Latin America

Obama Reaches Out to Iran With Message to Muslims


Site of Somali Government Is Put Under Islamic Law

Somali Parliament Extends Time for Election


Lawyer: Congo Warlord's Trial May Not Be Fair

Armies of Congo, Rwanda Clash With Hutu Militia

Researchers Document Rwanda Tribunal on Genocide

UN Says Congolese Refugees Fleeing to South Sudan

Living in Fear After LRA Atrocities

UN Fears Congo-Rwanda Operation May Spark Abuses


Tsvangirai 'To Enter Power-Sharing Government' With Mugabe

Zimbabwe Deal's Fate Unknown Amid Conflicting Accounts

A Shaky Truce

Olmert Vows More Military Responses in Gaza

Israel: Hamas Didn't Carry Out Attack, but Is Responsible

Gaza Border Closed to Humanitarian Aid Again

Israel Attacks Gaza Tunnels

Gaza Ceasefire Strained as Mitchell Flies In

Abbas to Tell Visiting US Envoy: Israel Does Not Want Peace

UN Security Council Urged to Solve Gaza Conflict

Gaza Suffers

Gazan Children Denied Treatment Abroad

West Bank Palestinians Appeal for Unity With Gaza

Damage to Gaza Sewage Plant in Israeli Attacks Will Cost $200 Million to Repair

Red Cross: 115 Gazans Missing Since War

Tragedy, in the Form of Israeli Bombs, Stalks Gaza Family

After Offensive, Posters of Dead Sell Well in Gaza

Stranded With the Dead

Gaza Blockade

Hamas Slams France for Blockading Instead of Helping Gaza

Iran Protests to Egypt Over Gaza Aid Ship

Egypt Warns Europe Against Sending Ships to Gaza

At a Border Crossing, Drivers and Truckloads of Aid for Gaza Go Nowhere

Mullen: Iranian Arms Probably Were Bound for Gaza

World Gaza Fallout
Among Egyptians, Mixed Feelings Over Gaza

Turkey Slammed for Opposing Gaza War

Britons Slam BBC Over Refusal to Run Gaza Ad

Israeli Front

Shas to Endorse Netanyahu as PM

For Some, Holocaust Exhibit Calls Up Thoughts of Gaza

Sri Lanka

Red Cross: 250,000 Sri Lankans Trapped by Fighting

Rebels Lose Last Key Town to Sri Lankan Troops

India's FM Heads to Sri Lanka Over Fate of Tamils

UN Staff and Hospital Under Fire in Sri Lanka


Pakistan's Pashtun Artists Flee Taliban Repression

Doubts Over 'Pakistani Terrorists' Killed by India

Middle East

Couple Ignores Lebanese Ban on Israeli Film

Obama Tells Arabic Network US Is 'Not Your Enemy'

Russia and Her Neighbors

Georgia 'Seizes Russian Soldier'

Putin Blames Bush for Gas Dispute With Ukraine

Tensions Flare as Russian Soldier Seeks Asylum in Georgia

UK Thinktank: Russian Military a 'Paper Tiger'


Gates: US Can Handle Threats From China

Clinton Says Six-Party Talks 'Essential' on North Korea

Cambodia Tribunal Dispute Runs Deeper

Fiji Leader Told to Hold Elections This Year


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The Mailed Fist
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Charles Peña
Terror, Torture, and Empire
on the Silver Screen

David R. Henderson
Meet the New Boss;
Same as the Old Boss

Philip Giraldi
Put Torture on Trial

Alan Bock
Sadism, Not Substance,
Behind Torture Advocacy

Ivan Eland
Prosecute George W. Bush for Illegal Acts

Doug Bandow
Investigate and Prosecute the Bush Administration

Nebojsa Malic

Praful Bidwai
'Good Cop, Bad Cop' Approach to Pakistan

Ran HaCohen
Pacifying Gaza

Sascha Matuszak
Business Over Bluster

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